Historic District gets new face

Familiar Faces
By: Olivia Cornell, Telegraph Staff Writer
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Stephanie Rodgers is the new director at the Folsom Historic District Association. She is a familiar face to those involved in Folsom Historic District events. Tell us a little about yourself. I grew up in the Sacramento area and graduated from Del Campo High School. While in college, I opened Godfather’s Pizza on East Bidwell in Folsom. It’s funny how my life just came full circle all the way back to Folsom. I have two sisters and three nieces and I currently reside in Carmichael, close to where my mom lives. I don’t have any kids but I have two dogs, Blackjack and Beau. What is one thing someone might be surprised to learn about you? Probably that I’m Greek, my mom’s side of the family migrated over from Greece. What’s the most interesting thing that has happened to you? Visiting Greece and meeting family I never knew existed. They acted as if we were celebrities. It was an amazing trip with a lifetime of memories. What do you like about your job? I enjoy working with people and love new challenges. What causes are you passionate about? Breast cancer and the American Cancer Society as a whole. I participate every year in walks and other fundraisers. What do you do for fun? I spend a lot of time with my family and friends. What is your favorite movie and why? My favorite movie is “The Money Pit.” It’s over 20 years old. It’s corny but always makes me laugh. What are your favorite three songs? I like all kinds of music, that’s a tough one. Nickelback “If Today Was Your Last Day,” Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing,” and Rascal Flatts’ “Bless the Broken Road.”